Home DIY Plumbing Tips

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Torro clamp

Starting a DIY plumbing project might seem overwhelming at first, but with the right about of preparation and research, you can tackle it in no time. Some plumbing projects like fixing leaks or replacing a toilet are fairly simple to complete on your own. Other plumbing problems might require a plumbing professional, but you can get the job started yourself. These DIY plumbing tips are sure to help you with your next home plumbing project.

Make sure you shut off the water first
Most plumbing projects require that you shut off the water first. Failing to shut off the water can cause a leak or even worse, flooding. Additionally, the pressure can ruin plumbing pipes and fixtures if something is installed incorrectly. It is best to turn the water off for the entire duration of the pr

What Is Your Most Used Repair Item in Your Garage?

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Hose clamps

The solution was simple.
The clean up, however, was not.
After spending most of the weekend cleaning up the water damage from the washing machine leak, it was both frustrating and a relief to find out that the solution was nothing more than an adjustable hose clamp. Although the water mess took hours of work by both you and your husband, the repair only cost a few dollars and took less than an hour. Once you discovered that the adjustable hose clamp had broken and caused the leak, your husband simply went to the garage and found the part that he needed for the repair. In fa